TOMMY Robinson hit back at PayPal last night and accused Big Tech of ‘conspiring’ to take him down after the online payment processor banned him from using their service.
Mr Robinson said: “This is their attempt to remove me” and claimed that PayPal had not given him a “legitimate” reason revealing that he only found out that the online payment system had “frozen” his account via BBC News.
The political activist also accused Big Tech in Silicon Valley and the Mainstream Media of ‘conspiring’ and coming together to take him down and compared his situation to that of Alex Jones.
He said he had seen it coming for ‘months’ with reports in the fake news media that falsely claimed he was set to earn £1m from speeches in America, that claim was allegedly from George Soros’ funded Hope Not Hate.
“This is Silicon Valley conspiring together in order to silence and control what you hear,” said Tommy.
He attacked the Mainstream Media and the George Soros’ funded Hope Not Hate adding: “They want to have the monopoly and tell you who I am and what I am about and what my views are.”
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